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Real Madrid plans to sell Raphael Varane in the summer

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According to Marca, Real Madrid will attempt to sell Raphael Varane in the summer if he doesn’t extend his deal. The new contract for the center-back ends in 2022. Inside the club, there are concerns that the Frenchman has no intention of renewing his deal. Madrid is therefore willing to part company with the 27-year-old for EUR 50 million at the end of the season to prevent losing him the next year on a free transfer.

It has been said that Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea, and Juventus are all interested in signing Varane.

The club has agreed to sign David Alaba on a free transfer in the summer, as per the source, as Sergio Ramos is still yet to extend his contract with the Whites that expires in June.

If Raphael finally leaves the Spanish capital, Pau Torres, Jules Kounde, and Diego Carlos are all seen as prospective Varane replacements.

However, Madrid’s priority remains the long-term stay of Varane at the Santiago Bernabeu.

The Whites are currently trying to get 50 million euros for the Frenchman, with four European giants keeping close tabs on his Madrid situation.

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